5 Vixens Who Should Create Their Own Documentary
"I always battle with 'How much do I reveal about myself?'"
Beyoncé's question was answered on Saturday night as HBO premiered Life is But a Dream, a documentary produced by and starring the pop star herself. She's known for baring her soul on the stage, but her personal life is kept tightly under wraps from both fans and critics.
For the first time, we got to witness the ins and outs of King Bey's chaotic schedule. From planning an epic Billboard Awards performance to suffering a miscarriage to hiding a pregnant belly, her intimate commentary was the soundtrack over the never-before-seen footage. And whether you still yearn for the "real juice" or love her even more, our appetites for an exclusive pass into the life of a superstar is satisfied for now.
Here are a few other Vixens we'd like to see tell their story through a documentary.
No. She wasn't physically with him shooting in the gym, but caring for two children and being Kobe Bryant's wife seems a only a task for a strong woman. We would love to see the life of a real basketball wife through Mrs. Mamba's eyes. How do you forgive a cheating husband? Just how scandalous is the world of sports? We think Vanessa could more than answer these questions.
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Little by little we're getting introduced to Karrueche, but we still can't imagine what this girl does on a day-to-day basis. If Karrueche really turned the cameras on herself, we know that a lot of girls could relate to her situation, despite the high profile names attached to her popularity.
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Every little girl wants to be a princess but few know how demanding it can be. As this generation's Princess Diana, Kate would be the first of her kind to let us normal folk in on a truly royal life. We're also anxious to see that baby bump!
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Mona Scott Young
She loves turning the cameras on everyone else, but what about her own reality? We see her on reunion specials and hear her narrating, but who is the lady responsible for everyone's guilty TV pleasures?
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We just love this Vixen too much! She went from zero to sixty in 2012 with a starring role in both TV series Scandal and Oscar-nominated film Django Unchained. And now, she's simply everywhere. We'd love to know her Bronx to Hollywood tale, is she more like Olivia Pope than she puts on and who's the lucky Mr. Washingotn? We're curious to hear and see.
Vixens, who else would you like to see make a documentary on themselves?
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